Sunday, August 18, 2019

Soleful: A Love of Sneakers

Francisco Flores, a travel agent, is the owner of a large collection of rare and expensive sneakers. Flores is a burgeoning collector who started buying shoes recently, though the interest has been there for years. “Within the last year and a half, I just boomed into a huge sneakerhead, and now it’s like I’ve got to have every single shoe...

Medical Marijuana: Man on the street

Pierce College students share their thoughts on medical marijuana.

Behind the Scenes: Cherry Lips

Edward Murillo and Maria Lopez open up to The Bull about their recent article in the spring/summer 2014 issue.

But first, let me take a selfie

Emily Adad, a Pierce College communications major who was featured in The Bull magazine, is now featured in a video interview where she discusses tips for taking the perfect selfie and shards her thoughts on social media in general. Among some of Adad's tips is makeup, lighting and purpose for the photo. Adad said she thinks of selfies as an...

Makeovers that Matter: The Mindset Program

https://youtu.be/CZpwsBxItG8

Multimedia: Susan Burton and A New Way of Life

https://youtu.be/nH29vy2b70s

Modify Me

Story and Photos by Joshua Cowan   California is known for a unique assortment of characters, and with the help of body modifiers, the sights are starting to become even more eye catching. Local shops provide many body modifications to their clients, from intricate tattoo designs to unique skin modification such as implants, scarring, suspension, branding, dermals and ear shaping. Although...

Bobby’s Coffee Shop

Written by Lynn Levitt Photo by : John Gutierrez   Location: 22821 Ventura Blvd., Woodland Hills, CA 91364 Phone: 818-225-1324 Hours:  Mon. – Sat. 6:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and Sunday from 7 am - 3 pm Price Range:  $5.00 – 11.00     Drive up Ventura Boulevard, above Topanga Canyon Boulevard, and you will see a line on the right, from the front door of Bobby’s to the parking...

Breaking the color barrier

For Adam Mendelson and Miranda Mendoza, a modern-day interracial couple's struggle isn't always discrimination, but other people's perception of them.